For someone who really dislikes woman, Donald Trump sure gave a quality platform to a few of them during the first Presidential debate on Monday night and then again on Tuesday morning.
After Hillary Clinton brought up former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, for example, Trump appeared on Fox and Friends today and slammed the beauty pageant winner for how much weight she gained.
Really, this happened:
Then there's Katy Perry, who has gone ahead and gotten naked in honor of Voter Registration Day.
But Trump once more gave the biggest platform to ongoing nemesis Rosie O'Donnell, responding to charges of sexism at the debate by referring back to his feud with the talk show host and saying she deserved all the vitriol that has come her way.
“Hillary is hitting me with tremendous commercials,” the former Celebrity Apprentice host whined, adding:
"Some of it said in entertainment, some of it said by somebody who’s been very vicious to me, Rosie O’Donnell.
"I said very tough things to her and I think everybody would agree that she deserves it and nobody feels sorry for her."
Through the nauseating years, Trump has described O’Donnell as “dumb loser,” “disgusting,” and “a slob,” who has a “fat, ugly face.”
Heck, he called her a "fat pig" in August of last year during a Republican debate:
The obsession is pretty hilarious at this point.
So, how did Rosie response to The Donald making her a national talking point once again?
With a very simple Tweet.
"HE WILL NEVER BE PRESIDENT ..." O'Donnell wrote in response to his latest takedown.
About 15 minutes later, she branded Trump an “orange anus” in this equally awesome message, which linked to the 2006 segment on The View in which she originally slammed Trump.
"the 5 mins orange anus can't seem to get over --- tell the truth - shame the donald #ImWithHer," Rosie wrote.
Speaking of being "with her," Madonna then came out and made it clear that she stands firmly with her former League of Their Own co-star.
We're loving this message sent by The Material Girl:
And Madonna wasn't the only person on Twitter to be taken aback by Trump revisiting his hated of Rosie O'Donnell.
Consider these examples:
How amazing will it be if Donald Trump's disdain for Rosie O'Donnell actually costs him the election?
There are approximately 9,876,984 other things he has said and done that ought to cost him the election, but hey. We'll take whatever we can get.
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